Write a Super Sentence

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Evan-Moor Corporation, Mar 1, 1997 - Education - 64 pages
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This book contains 20 stories of familiar How to activities, each told in four or six brief segments, that your students can cut and paste into a logical sequence.Each of the 20 stories is illustrated with line art of a fuzzy bear doing fun things like washing his dog, painting a fence or eating a pizza. The stories are written in simple sentences using pictures to illustrate difficult vocabulary.

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Review: Write a Super Sentence, Grades 1-3 - Teacher Resource Book

User Review  - Wolfpack - evan-moor.com

I love this resource. I begin using it at the beginning of each school year once a week. By mid year the students have develped the habit of writing a super sentence independently. Read full review

excellent resource

User Review  - Anonymous - evan-moor.com

I loved this resource. I was able to review the concepts of nouns/verbs/adjectives in addition to just writing the sentences. My kids enjoyed getting ideas from each other, and creating wild sentences. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Moore is one of the founders of Evan-Moor Educational Publishers. She taught elementary school for more than twenty years before beginning a second career in writing and publishing.

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